What is Niacinamide

What are the Benefits of Niacinamide on our skin? Niacinamide has many benefits as a skin care ingredient including its ability to: Minimize the appearance of enlarged pores and improve “orange peel” textured skin Restore skin’s defenses against moisture loss and...

Why is Sodium Lauryl Sulphate wrecking your skin?

If you’ve ever Googled the causes of a skin complaint or damaged hair, chances are someone on the internet has pointed the finger at SLS, or sodium lauryl (or laureth) sulfate, a common ingredient in beauty products, washes, toothpastes and even cleaning products. So...

What sleeping in your makeup does to your skin

What happens when you don't cleanse before bed - Case Study- Do you always take off your make-up before bed? Every night? Even after a glass of wine too many? Or when you've fallen asleep on the sofa? Or you simply couldn't muster the energy? You're not alone. In a...

Understanding Oily Skin

Understanding Oily Skin?Notice that your skin emits a little extra shine? Fact is, everyone has oil in their skin. Under each of your pores is a sebaceous gland that produces natural oils called sebum. Sebum makes its way the the surface which keep your skin hydrated...

Permanent Hair Removal

Permanent Hair RemovalDianne has been a professional electrologis since 1998 and is one of Sydneys specialist electrologist with expertise in permanent hair removal. Using her experience Dianne will tailor a treatment plan to meet your permanent hair removal...

Here’s how to incorporate Retinol in your skin routine

From Beginners to Experts, Here’s How to Incorporate Retinol Into Your Skincare RoutineChances are, you’ve probably heard about the benefits of using skincare products with Retinol in your skincare routine. This age-defying Vitamin A derivative is ready to join you in...

Transepidermal Water Loss

What is Transepidermal Water Loss (TEWL) TEWL is the amount of water vapor evaporating from the surface of the skin. In healthy skin, TEWL is directly proportional to skin hydration. Many skin diseases have inverse ratios of TEWL and skin hydration (i.e., increased...

Why soap is the most unnatural way to clean your skin

Why Soap is the least natural way to clean your skin. Our skin is the largest organ in our body and plays an integral role in keeping us healthy. It protects us from disease and injury and helps regulate body temperature, so keeping our skin in great shape is vital to...

Electrolysis Explained

Electrolysis Explained What is Electrolysis? For over 100 years electrolysis has been recognised asa safe reliable method of hair removal . It is the onlymedically approved form of permanent hair removal (British Medical Association) & was invented &refined by...

Melasma vs Pigmentation

Melasma vs. PigmentationWHAT IS MELASMA There are essentially three different types of Pigmentation issues that can arise in the skin. Hyper Pigmentation is found in the skins outer most layers called the, “Epidermis.” This can arise following sun exposure where the...
What is Niacinamide

What is Niacinamide

What are the Benefits of Niacinamide on our skin? Niacinamide has many benefits as a skin care ingredient including its ability to: Minimize the appearance of enlarged pores and improve “orange peel” textured skin Restore skin’s defenses against moisture loss and...

Why is Sodium Lauryl Sulphate wrecking your skin?

Why is Sodium Lauryl Sulphate wrecking your skin?

If you’ve ever Googled the causes of a skin complaint or damaged hair, chances are someone on the internet has pointed the finger at SLS, or sodium lauryl (or laureth) sulfate, a common ingredient in beauty products, washes, toothpastes and even cleaning products. So...

What sleeping in your makeup does to your skin

What sleeping in your makeup does to your skin

What happens when you don't cleanse before bed - Case Study- Do you always take off your make-up before bed? Every night? Even after a glass of wine too many? Or when you've fallen asleep on the sofa? Or you simply couldn't muster the energy? You're not alone. In a...

Understanding Oily Skin

Understanding Oily Skin

Understanding Oily Skin?Notice that your skin emits a little extra shine? Fact is, everyone has oil in their skin. Under each of your pores is a sebaceous gland that produces natural oils called sebum. Sebum makes its way the the surface which keep your skin hydrated...

Permanent Hair Removal

Permanent Hair Removal

Permanent Hair RemovalDianne has been a professional electrologis since 1998 and is one of Sydneys specialist electrologist with expertise in permanent hair removal. Using her experience Dianne will tailor a treatment plan to meet your permanent hair removal...

Here’s how to incorporate Retinol in your skin routine

From Beginners to Experts, Here’s How to Incorporate Retinol Into Your Skincare RoutineChances are, you’ve probably heard about the benefits of using skincare products with Retinol in your skincare routine. This age-defying Vitamin A derivative is ready to join you in...

Transepidermal Water Loss

What is Transepidermal Water Loss (TEWL) TEWL is the amount of water vapor evaporating from the surface of the skin. In healthy skin, TEWL is directly proportional to skin hydration. Many skin diseases have inverse ratios of TEWL and skin hydration (i.e., increased...

Why soap is the most unnatural way to clean your skin

Why soap is the most unnatural way to clean your skin

Why Soap is the least natural way to clean your skin. Our skin is the largest organ in our body and plays an integral role in keeping us healthy. It protects us from disease and injury and helps regulate body temperature, so keeping our skin in great shape is vital to...